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This is a 1942 dated 37 pattern holster, which can accommodate the following revolvers, Webley MKIV, Smith & Wesson Victory and the Enfield/Albion No2. The holster has been personalised by the original owner with his name and service number "G.H.B. Jacques". We also have his matching 37 pattern belt see listing ( 64371 ).
A two piece entrenching tool which comes with a 37 pattern carrier which is maker marked "B.H.G.LTD" ( Barrow Hepburn & Gale LTD and dated 1944. The E-Tool is not dated.
A set of British army mess tins. The smaller mess tin is dated June 1940 and the large mess tin is dated 1941.
The light weight 1943 pattern gas mask was introduced on 27th March 1943 to replace the General Service gas mask. This example was manufactured in September 1943 and maker marked "L&B" The head straps are maker marked "W&G.LTD" ( Waring & Gillow ). The gas mask is also stamped with issue date 2nd September 1944. This example has had post-war use with the Danish army as indicated by the crown stamp with the letters "C.F". However unlike most Danish used light-weight gas mask and pouches. The pouch retains its belt hooks which are normally found to have been removed and a 1942 dated filter. The majority of Danish use filters tend to be 1950's dated. This example also comes with anti-gas eye shields.
This is a very good example of a rubberised ground sheet which has a nice clear makers stamp, which gives the name and dated Weinburg & Sons LTD, 1942.
A mint unissued 37 pattern map case, which is maker marked "BHG LTD" ( Barrow Hepburn & Gale ). This example is dated 1944.
This is a good example of a MKVI water bottle with the 37 pattern skeleton.
A nice example of a dual purpose pouch which can be used for either a march compass or revolver ammunition. This example has an extremely faint makers stamp.
This is a dual purpose pouch which could be used to carry a march compass or revolver ammunition. This example has been blancoed and has no clear makers stamp or date.
A set of 37 pattern brace attachments which allowed the cross-straps to be attached to the belt, without the need to wear ammunition pouches. One of the attachments is maker marked "Blackman" for Blackman Leather Goods LTD. However the date is difficult to read. The other attachment is clearly marked "H&S.LTD" for Hampton & Son with a nice clear 1941 date.
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